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Travel Blogs from Stirling
... excuse the theft. Unfortunately, I didn’t notice the money was missing until I’d already left.
On my way out of town I stepped wrong and heard a small pop in my left ankle (the one I severely sprained in January). I didn’t hit the ground and after a moment or two of pain, it dissipated and I was able to continue walking to the train station.
The nice thing is, I was blissfully unaware of the theft until later in the evening of the ...
I have fallen behind on posting as our days have been quite full and I lose control of all internet enabled devices to exhausted kids. I will be keeping the text brief to catch up!
This day we visited Stirling Castle, a significant structure in the Scottish wars of independence and the Battle of Bannockburn in particular.
We followed up the medieval experience with a modern engineering experience at the Falkirk Wheel. This device works in tandem with the ...
... we stopped at a national park. We got to dip our feet into Loch Lommond and take pictures of proof that we were there. Mom also collected rocks as souvenirs. Sam and I laughed about the thought of mom putting googly eyes on her rocks. After a good laugh and picture we were on our way again. We headed into Inverary to our hotel, Argyll. The drive from Loch Lommond to our hotel was some of the most beautiful scenery we ...
... with cute houses and great glens with snow in patches on the tops of the hills.
It was cold all day. Everytime we got off the bus I was wrapping up. But there was a woman on the bus who had to have had ice in her veins - wearing a short-sleeved cotton shirt all day and never put a jacket on once.
We only had about an hour at Loch Ness and we went to see a collection ...
... I had entered my dorm the night before when it was crawling with sleeping bodies. I don’t know how loud I was when I was undressing and laughing, but I was consoled from this embarrassment by reminding myself that this was a hostel, and that much odder things than drunken fools going to bed happen in these places. Later that morning I found myself wishing I had one of those pick-me-ups that Jeeves so often made for Bertie Wooster, but denied of this pleasure I settled ...
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